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May 2018

How can I mitigate the impact of vicarious trauma to help promote the long-term sustainability of this work?

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In any social justice movement, people are the tools for making change. NRCDV's May 2018 TA Question of the Month offers strategies for mitigating the negative impacts of vicarious trauma and promoting resilience and long-term sustainability in the movement to end gender-based violence.
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April 2018

How can I use funding from the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) to address the housing needs of domestic violence survivors in my community?

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In NRCDV's April 2018 TA Question of the month, Shaina Goodman provides information on using VOCA funding to support survivors' housing needs.
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March 2018

In the era of #MeToo, how can we leverage the power of our voices for Sexual Assault Awareness Month?

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In NRCDV's March 2018 TA Question of the month, guest writer Susan Sullivan offers suggestions for getting involved with Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
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February 2018

Rights4Girls: Cyntoia Brown, Bresha Meadows and the Abuse to Prison Pipeline

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In recognition of Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month, this webinar highlights the work of Rights4Girls. Presenters explore how the intersections of race, gender and violence cause the most marginalized girls to be criminalized for their experiences of sexual violence and sexual exploitation.
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February 2018

How can we harness the power of our own trauma histories to build truly intersectional and intergenerational approaches to this work?

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In NRCDV's February 2018 TA Question of the month, guest writer Annika Leonard explores what it means to truly bring our histories of trauma and oppression to the work.
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January 2018

The Difference Between Surviving and Not Surviving: Public Benefits Programs and Domestic and Sexual Violence Victims' Economic Security

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For domestic violence and sexual assault victims, the public benefits programs that support basic economic security are of critical importance. This report discusses the findings from a 2017 survey of over 1,100 service providers. It details barriers survivors encounter when trying to access public benefits programs, cross-sector collaboration and systems-level advocacy, and possible legislative changes to these critical programs.
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January 2018

What are some practical tips for survivors to manage their online presence?

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In NRCDV's January 2018 TA Question of the month, guest writer Chad Sniffen offers practical tips to help survivors stay safe online.
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January 2018

Power through Partnerships: A Community-Based Participatory Research Toolkit for Domestic Violence Researchers

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Community-based participatory research (CBPR) is an approach to research in which researchers and community members share power, resources, and decision-making at every level of the research process. This online toolkit is to supports emerging researchers who would like to learn more about CBPR approaches, particularly in the context of domestic violence.
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December 2017

Storytelling for Social Change: Sharing Your Childhood Story of Domestic Violence

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On this webinar, presenters reflect on their own experiences as seasoned storytellers within the context of their movement work, offering practical tips and strategies for building capacity to bring voice to the unique experiences of adult children exposed to domestic violence.
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December 2017

From the Front of the Room: Sharing Your Childhood Story of Domestic Violence

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This guide, designed for adult survivors, explores the power of storytelling and the unique value that stories of adult children exposed to domestic violence can bring to social change movements, offering guidance for 1) assessing readiness, 2) finding your voice, 3) clarifying your message, and 4) attending to your wellness. Considerations for speaking to key audiences are also included.
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November 2017

How can my agency invest in building equitable community environments that support safe relationships?

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In NRCDV's December 2017 TA Question of the month, guest writers from Prevention Institute offer four recommendations for building equitable communities.
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November 2017

How can my agency better respond to formerly incarcerated survivors?

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In NRCDV's November 2017 TA Question of the month, guest writer Jacqueline Miller shares advice and helpful resources for serving formerly incarcerated survivors.